Problem with font size in IE6

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SharpWit

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Hi Everyone!

I'm new to the forum and want to say "HI!". My problem is this: My computer was just fine until yesterday when I go into IE6 the font size has changed - everything that should be small is now regular size. Sites show up correctly on other computers - just not mine. I am currently running on Windows 98. I've scanned for viruses and nothing has shown up. Just all the pages I look at in IE6 comes out looking odd because of the font size problem. I know as a default my pages should read in Times New Roman, but currently look like arial/verdana? Is there a style sheet that might have been altered somehow? Or is there something I can do? Or could it be spyware?

I'm at a loss, one minute the computer was fine and functioning and now it can't read fonts correctly on the Internet?

Any help would be greatly appreciated!!! :)
 

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Hi, and welcome to the TSG forum :) (y)

if you have a wheel mouse - try holding the control key and move the wheel - the font size should change otherwise as MFDnSC says...

also check you still have the timers roman font on PC
 

SharpWit

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Wow! Thanks for the quick reply. I'll give those suggestions a try and let you know how it goes :rolleyes:
 

SharpWit

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Hi! :) I just want to say your suggestions worked.... just a ctrl+mouse wheel did it!!!! THANK YOU! (y)
 
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